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Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

Where is the RESET button and USB console port located on the AP-387?  I cannot locate it in any documentation.

Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

The installation guide (Figure 3) shows the cap that covers both the USB port, LED, and the reset button.


Jerrod Howard
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Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

When will this AP be supported in a conservative release firmware?

 

We bought 2 but I am not willing to upgrade our production network to a standard release just so we can use it.

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Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

Where do we control the 60mhz radio? Instantos shows 2.4 which the 387 doesn't have?

Seems like the software is incomplete.

Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

Will be whenever 8.4 is tagged CR, no firm time/date.


Jerrod Howard
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Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

Right now, there is no control over the 60Ghz radio. Radio0 is 5Ghz, and Radio1 is 60Ghz, but some of the old labels still show 2.4Ghz in the GUI and CLI. Those will be updated in future revs of code.


Jerrod Howard
Distinguished Technologist, TME
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Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

Thank you for the information.  Glad to see an unfinished product being sold with next to zero documentation...

 

Glad Aruba has this forum, otherwise adopters would be left in the dark.

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Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

True. The dark is there any way... (a lot of bugs and details sometimes)

 

I still have darkness about AP-370... for example another detail: What happens with Wi-Fi users connected to the remote AP-370 if the 60GHz link goes down and "automatically" enters the 5GHz radio?

I would like HPE to have a test program (loan a pair of equipment and if it does not work as you expect the money back) before making a large purchase (remembering that it is "plug & play".) For the distance (and only for that) I want to buy 20 pairs of AP-370 but I have distrust especially in this country where they hardly monitor the frequencies (autority) Here anyone links to any power, that's why I clarify about the distances (and thinking that they would be within the boundary area) however if someone puts teams nearby in high towers with down tilt...

Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

The AP-370s do not have a 60Ghz radio, only the AP-387 does. The AP-387 does not service clients in any way, it is purely a PtP bridge. 

 

What country?

 

As for the rest I'm not following.

 


Jerrod Howard
Distinguished Technologist, TME
Frequent Contributor II

Re: Aruba AP387 - the new AP announced by Aruba

Sorry, I was referring to AP-387, I read a bit of the AP-370 (I don't have AP-370 but I have AP-275) and was confused, besides that the consultant apparently doesn't know the fact that he just confirmed: Just PtP both radios (no Wi-Fi service to users!!). Already solved "the doubt"! As I said we (here) have some darkness...

 

By the way: The good old "3DO " Aruba Outdoor online tool needs to be modified and add the link case with the AP-387 for a more complete theoretical (pre-project) solution.

 

Specifying:
Country: Some cities of MX.

 

Thank you.

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